Admitted To BarAlberta, 2005
2004 LL.B. (University of Alberta)
Natalie joined Emery Jamieson over 15 years ago where her practice has focused mainly in the areas of labour and employment law, administrative law and mediation.
Natalie advises and represents numerous administrative entities, on matters involving statutory/regulatory processes and administrative appeals, including in such areas as human rights, information and privacy, self-governing professions and various government programs.
In employment law, Natalie assists employers and individuals with legal issues in the workplace, including:
Drafting and reviewing employment agreements, policies and procedures;
Advising on workplace issues arising in: workplace conduct, discipline and termination, human rights, disability and accommodation, substance use, confidentiality, non-competition/solicitation, employee information and privacy, and various other areas;
Dispute resolution, including representing clients in court and administrative proceedings, as well as in settlement processes such as negotiations and mediation.
Natalie is a practicing mediator with experience in mediating a variety of human rights and employment matters. She also mediates family law disputes and she has taught family mediation courses.
Natalie has also served as senior legal counsel with Alberta Justice in Resolution and Court Services and has significant experience in navigating court processes.
Member, Law Society of Alberta
Member, Canadian Bar Association (Labour & Employment and Administrative Law Sections)
Member, Edmonton Bar Association
Member, Association des juristes d'expression française de l'Alberta (AJEFA – French-speaking Lawyer's Association of Alberta)
Board Member & Clinic Volunteer, Edmonton Community Legal Centre
Advisory Committee Member & Legal Information Session Volunteer, Centre albertain d’information juridique (Alberta Legal Information Centre)